How Singapore is retraining workers for a more automated workplace
Automation and AI has left some American workers worried they lack the skill sets to compete in a changing economy. Singapore’s SkillsFuture program offers one national re-education model that aims to address such concerns.
The big picture:
Since the launch of the program in 2016, over 285,000 people — more than 10% of adult residents —
have participated, and 43% of Singaporean CIOs say the program has helped mitigate the economic effects of the skills gap.
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